When you embark on the path of entrepreneurship, you make a paradigm shift in your approach to life: you’re not just a consumer anymore—you must become a producer. That means thinking like a producer, behaving like a producer, and most of all, producing like a producer. Making that shift isn’t easy. Most entrepreneurs experience periods of overwhelm, times when they are staggered by the weight of leading a business responsible for answering demands, rather than contributing to the society that creates demands. But once an entrepreneur develops a method of maximizing productivity, consumer demand begins to feel invigorating, rather than overwhelming. Here are 4 practices that can help you maximize your productivity:Comments are open:
- Make prioritizing a priority.
- Eliminate distractions.
- Get comfortable delegating.
- Embrace this mantra: failing to prepare means preparing to fail.